Happy belated International Women’s Day! I hope that all you wonderful women of the world enjoyed your day yesterday. And on a second note, Happy Birthday to my dear older brother, Cornelius. I hope you are healthy and doing well.
Today I will be posting a poem I recently wrote called My Frozen Heart. I have not posted any poetry or any of my writing on my blog for several months because, honestly, I have been lacking in the creativity department for quite some time. Though it has been a while, I hope you enjoy this very simple poem about when a person’s heart turns cold for many reasons and circumstances they more than likely have no control over.
If you have any comments about it please feel free to write me because I would love to hear your commentaries and criticisms, if there is any. Enjoy and until next time! Take care and have a great day!
My Frozen Heart
My heart used to be so warm,
But now it has turned so cold.
It was frozen over by time,
Frozen by this unforgiving, cold world.
Do I regret it?
Maybe I do, Maybe I don’t,
But there is no longer any hurt
So in the end, I guess, maybe I won’t.
Will my heart ever beat again?
Maybe it won’t, maybe it might,
But after looking at my frozen but beautifully protected heart
I cannot help but think inspite of myself, ‘Oh what a beautiful sight…‘